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K E Y TO EX ER C IS ES

UNIT 92

92.1

 

 

3

(who)

7

that

4

who

8

(that)

5

(who)

9

that

6

(that)

 

 

92.2

2(that/which) Ann is wearing

3(that/which) we wanted to visit

4(that/which) you’re going to see

5(who/that) I invited to the party

6(that/which) you had to do

7(that/which) we hired

8(that/which) Tom recommended to us

92.3

2(that/which) we were invited to

3(who/that) I work with

4(that/which) you told me about

5(that/which) we went to last night

6(that/which) 1 applied for

7(who/that) you can rely on

8(who/that) I saw you with

92.*

 

 

2

(that)

6

(that)

3

what

7

what

4

that

8

(that)

5

(that)

 

 

UNIT 93

93.1

2whose wife is an English teacher.

3who owns a restaurant.

4whose ambition is to climb Everest.

5who have just got married.

6whose parents used to work in a circus.

93.2

2where we can have a really good meal

3where I can buy some postcards

4where we had the car repaired

5where John is staying

6where she (had) bought it

93.3

 

 

2

where

5

where

3

who

6

whose

4

whose

7

whom

9 3 .4

Exampleanswers:

2we got stuck in a lift

3I didn’t write to you

4you phoned

5they haven’t got a car

6Mary got married

UNIT 94

94.1

3which we enjoyed very much.

4I went to see the doctor, who told me to rest for a few days.

5John, who/whom I have known for a very long time, is one of my closest friends.

6Sheila, whose job involves a lot of travelling, is away from home a lot.

7The new stadium, which can hold 90,000 people, will be opened next month.

8We often go to visit our friends in Bristol, which is only 30 miles away.

9Glasgow, where my brother lives, is the largest city in Scotland.

94 2

3The strike at the car factory, which lasted ten days, is now over.

4I’ve found the book I was looking

for. or ...the book that/which I was looking for.

5The population of London, which was once the largest city in the world, is now falling.

6Few of the people who/that applied for the job had the necessary qualifications.

7Margaret showed me a photograph of her son, who is a policeman.

94 .3

3My office, which ... the building, is... (commas)

4The office that/which... (no

commas)

5 She told me her address, which...

(comma)

6There are some words that/which... (no commas)

7The sun, which ... in the universe, provides... (commas)

UNIT 95

95.1

2 This is a photograph of our friends, with whom we went on holiday, or ...who we went on holiday with.

3 The wedding, to which only members of the family were invited, took place last Friday, or The wedding, which only members of the family were invited to, took place...

4 Sheila, for whom we had been waiting, finally arrived, or Sheila, who we had been waiting for, finally arrived.

5We climbed to the top of the tower, from which we had a

beautiful view, or ...which we had a beautiful view from.

95 .2

2We were given a lot of inform­ ation, most of which was useless.

3There were a lot of people at the party, only a few of whom I had met before.

4I have sent her two letters, neither of which she has received.

5Ten people applied for the job, none of whom were suitable.

6Kate has got two cars, one of which she hardly ever uses.

7Norman won £50,000, half of which he gave to his parents.

8Julia has two sisters, both of whom are teachers.

R5.3

2Jill isn’t on the phone, which makes it difficult to contact her.

3Neil has passed his examinations, which is good news.

4Our flight was delayed, which meant we had to wait four hours at the airport.

5Ann offered to let me stay in her house, which was very nice of her.

6The street I live in is very noisy at night, which makes it difficult to sleep.

7Our car has broken down, which means we can’t go away tomorrow.

UNIT 96

96.1

2I didn’t talk much to the man sitting next to me on the plane.

3The taxi taking us to the airport broke down.

4At the end of the street there is a path leading to the river.

5A new factory employing 500 people has just opened in the town.

6The company sent me a brochure containing all the information I needed.

96 2

2The window broken in the storm last night has now been repaired.

3Most of the suggestions made at the meeting were not very practical.

4The paintings stolen from the museum haven’t been found yet.

5What was the name of the man arrested by the police?

33 0

96.3

3living

4offering

5called

6blown

7sitting ... reading

8working ... studying

96.4

3There’s somebody coming.

4There were a lot of people travelling.

5There was nobody else staying there.

6There was nothing written on it.

7There’s a course beginning next Monday.

UNIT 97

97.1

exhausting exhausted depressing depressed depressed exciting exciting excited

97.2

2interested

3exciting

4embarrassing

5embarrassed

6amazed

7astonishing

8amused

9terrifying ... shocked

10bored ... boring

11boring ... interesting

9’ .3

8

interested

2 bored

confusing

9

exhausted

disgusting

10

excited

interested

11

amusing

annoyed

12

interesting

boring

 

 

UNIT 98

98.1

2an unusual gold ring

3a nice new pullover

4a new green pullover

5a beautiful old house

6black leather gloves

7an old American film

8a long thin face

9big black clouds

10a lovely sunny day 11 a long wide avenue

12a small black metal box

13a big fat black cat

14a lovely little old village

15beautiful long black hair

16 an interesting old French painting

17an enormous red and yellow umbrella

98.2

3the last two days

4the first two weeks of September

5the next few days

6the first three questions (of the examination)

7the next two years

8the last three days of our holiday

98.3

2 tastes awful or tasted awful

3feel fine

4smell nice

5look wet

6

sounds quite interesting or

 

sounded quite interesting

98.4

5

terrible

2

happy

3

happily

6

properly

4

violent

 

 

 

UNIT 99

 

 

 

«M».1

5

unexpectedly

2

badly

3

easily

6

regularly

4

patiently

 

 

 

99.2

 

8

badly

3

selfishly

 

4

terribly

 

9

badly

5

sudden

10

safe

6

colourfully

11

angrily

7

colourful

 

 

 

*>9.3

2careful

3continuously

4happily

5fluent

6specially

7complete

8perfectly

9nervous

10financially / completely

99.4

2seriously ill

3absolutely enormous

4slightly damaged

5unusually quiet

6completely changed

7unnecessarily long

8badly planned

KEY TO

UNIT 100

100.1

6

well

9

well

2

good

3

well

"*

well

10

good

4

good

8

good

11

well

5

well

 

 

 

 

100.2

2well-known

3well-kept

4well-balanced

5well-informed

6well-dressed

7well-paid

8Well done! (2 separatewords)

100 3

2right

3right

4wrong- hard

5right

6wrong- slowly

100.4

2hardly hear

3hardly slept

4hardly speak

5hardly said

6hardly changed

7hardly recognised

100.5

2hardly any

3hardly anything

4hardly anybody / hardly anyone

5hardly ever

6Hardly anybody / Hardly anyone

7hardly anywhere

8hardly ever

9hardly any

10hardly anything ... hardly anywhere

UNIT 101

<01.1

 

such a

4

so

10

5

so

11

so

6

such a

12

so ... such

7

so

13

so

8

such

14

such a

9

such a

15

such a

101.2

3I was so tired (that) I couldn’t keep my eyes open.

4We had such a good time on holiday (that) we didn’t want to come home.

5She speaks English so well (that) you would think it was her native

language, or She speaks such

good English (that)...

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6I’ve got such a lot of things to do (that) I don’t know where to begin,

 

or I’ve got so many things to do

 

(that)...

7

The music was so loud (that) you

 

could hear it from miles away.

8

I had such a big breakfast (that) 1

 

didn’t eat anything else for the rest

 

of the day.

9

It was such horrible weather (that)

 

we spent the whole day indoors.

101.3

Exampleanswers:

2a It’s so oppressive.

b It’s such an oppressive place.

3a She’s so friendly.

b She’s such a friendly person.

4a It’s so exhausting.

b It’s such an exhausting job.

5a I haven’t seen you for so long, b I haven’t seen you for such a

long time.

UNIT 102

1n2.1

2enough money

3enough milk

4warm enough

5enough room

6well enough

7enough time

8enough qualifications

9big enough

10enough cups

102.2

2too busy to talk

3too late to go

4warm enough to sit

5too nice to be

6enough energy to play

7too far away to hear

8enough English to read

10 3

2This coffee is too hot to drink.

3The piano was too heavy to move.

4This coat isn’t warm enough to wear in winter.

5The situation is too complicated to explain.

6This sofa isn’t wide enough for three people to sit on.

7The wall was too high to climb over.

8Some things are too small to see without a microscope.

UNIT 103

103.1

2quite a good voice.

3quite a long way.

4quite a busy day.

5quite a nice time.

6quite a strong wind.

7quite a frightening experience.

8quite a lot of mistakes.

103.2

2quite well but it’s rather noisy

3rather long but quite interesting

4quite a hard worker but he’s rather slow

5rather disappointed ... quite pleased

6quite a well-paid job but it’s rather hard work

7quite near us but it’s rather difficult...

103.3

3more than a little...

4completely

5more than a little...

6more than a little...

7completely

103.4

2quite safe.

3quite impossible.

4quite right.

5quite different.

6quite unnecessary.

7quite sure.

8quite amazing.

UNIT 104

104.1

2stronger

3smaller

4more expensive

5warmer

6more interesting

7more difficult

8better

9worse

10longer

11more quietly

12more often

13further

14happier / more cheerful

104.2

3more serious than

4thinner

5bigger

6more interested

7more important than

8simpler / more simple

9more crowded than

10more peaceful than

11more easily

12higher than

104.3

2It takes longer by train than by car.

3I ran further than Dave.

4Joe did worse than Chris.

5My friends arrived earlier than I expected.

6The buses run more often than the trains, or ...run more

frequently than the trains, or The buses are more frequent than the trains.

7 We were busier than usual at work today, or We were busier at work today than usual.

UNIT 105

105.1

2much bigger

3much more complicated than

4a bit happier

5far more interesting than

6a bit more slowly

7a lot easier

8slightly older

105.2

2any earlier

3no more expensive than

4any further

5no worse than

105.3

2bigger and bigger

3heavier and heavier

4more and more nervous

5worse and worse

6more and more expensive

7better and better

8more and more talkative

105.4

 

2

the more I liked him or the

 

 

more I got to like him

or

3

the more your profit (will be)

 

the higher your profit (will be)

or

 

the more profit you will make

 

4the harder it is to concentrate

5the more impatient she became

105.5

2older

3older or elder

4older

33 2

UNIT 106

106.1

2as high as yours.

3You don’t know as much about

cars as me. or ...as I do.

4It isn’t as cold today as it was yesterday.

5I don’t feel as tired today as I felt

yesterday, or ...as I did...

6They haven’t lived here as long as us. or ...as we have.

7I wasn’t as nervous before the interview as I usually am. or

...as usual.

106.2

3The station wasn’t as far as I thought.

4The meal cost less than I expected. / ...was cheaper than I expected. /

...wasn’t as expensive as I expected.

5I don’t go out as much as I used to. / ...as often as I used to.

6She used to have longer hair.

7You don’t know them as well as

me. or ...as I do.

8There weren’t as many people at this meeting as at the last one.

106.3

2as well as

3as long as

4as soon as

5as often as

6as quietly as

7just as comfortable as

8just as well-qualified as

9just as bad as

106.4

2Your hair is the same colour as mine.

3I arrived at the same time as you (did).

4My birthday is (on) the same day

as Tom’s, or My birthday is the same as Tom’s.

106.5

2than him / than he does

3as me / as I do

4than us / than we were

5than her / than she is

6as them / as they have been

UNIT 107

107.1

2It’s the cheapest restaurant in the town.

3It was the happiest dav of my life.

4She is the most intellieent student m the class.

5It is the most valuable paintine in the gallery.

6It is the busiest time of the vear. 8 He’s one of the richest men in the

world.

9If is one of the oldest castles in

Britain.

10She is one of the best plavers in the team.

11It was one of the worst experiences of my life.

12He is one of the most dangerous criminals in the countrv.

107.2

3larger

4the longest

5happier

6the worst

7the most popular

8the highest... higher

9most enjoyable

10more comfortable

11the quickest

12 The oldest or The eldest

10"».3

2That’s the funniest joke I’ve ever heard.

3This is the best coffee I’ve ever tasted.

4She is the most patient person I’ve ever met.

5That’s the furthest (or farthest) I’ve ever run.

6It is/was the worst mistake I’ve ever made.

7Who is the most famous person you’ve ever met?

UNIT 108

108.1

3 Jim doesn’t like football very much.

4right

5I ate my dinner quickly...

6Are you going to invite a lot of

people to the party?

7right

8Did you go to bed late last night?

9right

10right

11I met a friend of mine on my way home.

12I fell off my bicycle yesterday.

108.2

2We won the game easily.

3I closed the door quietly.

4Diane speaks German quite well.

5Tim watches television all the time.

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6 Please don’t ask that question again.

7 Does Ken play football every weekend?

8 I borrowed some money from a friend of mine.

108.3

2I go to the bank every Friday.

3Why did you come home so late?

4Ann drives her car to work every day.

5I haven’t been to the cinema recently.

6Please write your name at the top of the page.

7I remembered her name after a few minutes.

8We walked around the town all morning.

9I didn’t see you at the party on Saturday night.

10We found some interesting books in the library.

11Sally took the children to the zoo yesterday.

12They are building a new hotel opposite the park.

UNIT 109

109.1

3I usually have...

4right

5Steve hardly ever gets angry.

6I also went to the bank.

7Jane always has to hurry...

8•We were all tired so we all fell

asleep.

9 right

109.2

2 We were all on holiday.

3 We were all staying at the same hotel.

4 We all enjoyed ourselves.

5 Catherine is always very generous.

6 I don’t usually have to work on Saturdays.

7 Do you always watch television in the evenings?

8 He is also learning Italian.

9 That hotel is probably very expensive.

10 It probably costs a lot to stay there.

11 I can probably help you.

12 I probably can’t help you.

109.3

2usually take

3am usually

4has probably gone

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5were both bom

6can also sing

7often breaks

8have never spoken

9always have to wait

10can only read

11will probably be leaving

12probably won’t be

13is hardly ever

14are still living

15would never have met

16Yes. I alwavs am at this time of day. [butI am always tired)

UNIT 110

110.1

3He doesn’t write poems any more.

4He still wants to be a teacher.

5He’s not / He isn’t interested in politics any more.

6He’s still single.

7He doesn’t go fishing any more.

8He hasn’t got a beard any more. / He doesn’t have...

10-12

He no longer writes poems. He is no longer interested in politics.

He no longer goes fishing.

He no longer has a beard. / He has no longer got a beard. / He’s no longer got...

110.2

2 He hasn’t gone yet.

3 They haven’t finished their dinner yet.

4 They haven’t woken up yet.

5 She hasn’t found a job yet. or

...found one yet.

6 I haven’t decided (what to do) yet.

7 It hasn’t taken off yet.

110.3

5I don’t want to go out yet.

6she doesn’t work there any more

7I still have a lot of friends there.

8We’ve already met.

9Do you still live in the same house

10have you already eaten

11He isn’t here yet.

12he still isn’t here (he isn’t here yet

is alsopossible)

13are you already a member

14I can still remember it very clearly.

15These trousers don’t fit me any more.

16Have you finished with the paper yet?

No, I’m still reading it.

UNIT 111

111 .1

2even Angela

3not even Sharon

4even Angela

5even Linda

6not even Angela

111.2

2She even has to work on Sundays.

3They even painted the floor.

4You could even hear the noise

from the next street, or ...hear

it from...

5 They even have the windows open

when it’s freezing, or ...have

them open...

7I can’t even remember her name.

8There isn’t even a cinema.

9He didn’t even tell his wife (where he was going).

111.3

2even older

3even better

4even more difficult

5even worse

6even less

111.4

 

 

2

if

6

Even

3

even if

7

Even though

4

even

8

even if

5

even though

9

Even though

UNIT 112

112.1

2Although I had never seen her before

3although it was quite cold

4although we don’t like them very much

5Although I didn’t speak the language

6Although the heating was on

7although I’d met her twice before

8although we’ve known each other for a long time

112.2

2a In spite of b Although

3a because b although

4a because of b in spite of

5a although

b because of

Exampleanswers:

6a he didn’t study very hard, b he studied very hard.

7a I was hungry.

b being hungry / my hunger / the fact that I was hungry

112.3

2In spite of having very little money, they are happy.

3Although my foot was injured, I managed to walk to the nearest

village, or I managed to walk to the nearest village although my...

4I enjoyed the film in spite of the silly story. / ...in spite of the story being silly. / ...in spite of the silliness of the story. / ...in spite of

the fact the story was silly, or In spite of..., I enjoyed the film.

5 Despite living in the same street, we hardly ever see each other, or Despite the fact that we live in...

or We hardly ever see each other despite...

6 I got very wet in the rain even though I had an umbrella, or Even though I had an umbrella, I got...

112.4

2It’s a bit windy though.

3We ate it though.

4I don’t like her husband though.

UNIT 113

113.1

2 she gets lost

3 She’s going to take an umbrella in case it rains.

4 She’s going to take her camera in case she wants to take some photographs.

5 She’s going to take some water in case she gets thirsty.

6 She’s going to take a towel in case she wants to have a swim.

113.2

1 in case you need to contact me.

2 I’ll say goodbye now in case I don’t see you again before you go.

3 Can you check the list in case we’ve forgotten something? or

...forgotten anything?

113.3

2He wrote down the name of the book in case he forgot it.

3I phoned my parents in case they were worried about me.

4I wrote to Jane again in case she hadn’t received my first letter.

5I gave them my address in case they came to London one day.

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113.4

 

 

3

If

7

if

4

if

8

incase

5

in case

9

incase

6

if

 

 

UNIT 114

114.1

2unless you listen carefully.

3I’ll never speak to her again unless she apologises to me.

4He won’t be able to understand you unless you speak very slowly.

5I’m going to look for another job unless the company offer (or offers) me more money.

1 14.2

2 I’m not going to the party unless you go too. or ...unless you come too.

3The dog won’t attack you unless you move suddenly.

4He won’t speak to you unless you ask him a question.

5The doctor won’t see you today unless it’s an emergency.

114.3

 

 

2

unless

7

provided

3

providing

8

Unless

4

as long as

9

unless

5

unless

10

as long as

6

unless

 

 

114.4

Exampleartsiwers:

2I have to \work.

3I don’t have to work.

4she has time.

5it isn’t raining.

6I’m in a hurry.

7you have something else to do. 8 you pay it back as soon as

possible.

9you take risks.

UNIT 115

115.1

3because

4at the sametimeas

5at the sametimeas

6because

7because

115.2

2As it was a nice day, we went for a walk by the sea.

3As we didn’t want to wake anybody up, we came in very quietly.

4As the door was open, I walked in.

5As none of us had a watch, we didn’t know what time it was.

115.3

2We all smiled as we posed for the photograph.

3I burnt myself as I was taking a hot dish out of the oven.

4The crowd cheered as the two teams ran onto the field.

5A dog ran out in front of the car as we were driving along the road.

1 1 5 4

 

 

2

when

5

as

3

as

6

when

4

When

 

 

115.5

Exampleanswers:

1 you were getting into your car.

2we started playing tennis.

3I had to walk home.

4somebody walked in front of the camera.

UNIT 116

116.1

 

 

 

 

3

like

8

As

13

like

4

like

9

as

14

like

5

as

10

like

15

as

6

like

11

as

16

as

7

like

12

like

 

 

116.2

2as a tourist guide

3like blocks of ice

4like a beginner

5like a church

6as a birthday present

7as a problem

8like winter like a child

16.3

 

 

11

like

like

6

like

as

7

as

12

as

like

8

as

13

Like

like

9

as

14

as

as

10

like

15

as

UNIT 117

117 1

2as if she had hurt her leg.

3as if he meant what he was saying.

4as if it has just been cut.

5as if he hadn’t eaten for a week.

6as if she was enjoying it.

7as if I’m going to be sick.

8 as if she didn’t want to come.

K E Y TO E X ER C IS ES

117.2

2You look as if you’ve seen a ghost.

3You sound as if you’re enjoying it. or ...as if you’ve been enjoying it.

4I feel as if I’ve run a marathon.

117.3

2It looks as if it’s going to rain.

3It sounds as if they are having an argument.

4It looks as if there’s been an accident.

5It looks as if we’ll have to walk.

6It sounds as if you had a good time.

117.4

2as if I was/were

3as if she was/were

4as if it was/were

UNIT 118

118.1

 

 

3

during

9

during

4

for

10

for

5

during

11

for

6

for

12

for

7

for

13

during

8

for

14

for

118.2

 

 

3

while

10

while

4

While

11

during

5

During

12

while

6

while

13

during

7

during

14

while

8

During

15

while

9

while

 

 

118.3

Exampleanswers:

3I was doing the housework.

4I make a quick phone call?

5the lesson.

6the interview.

7the car is moving.

8the meal.

9the game.

10 we were playing football.

UNIT 119

119.1

2by 10.30.

3by Saturday whether you can come to the party.

4Please make sure you’re here by 2

o’clock, or Please be here...

5If we leave now, we should arrive by lunchtime.

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119.2

 

 

 

 

3 by

7

until

10

until

until

8

by

11

By

by

9

by

12

by

by

 

 

 

 

119.3

Exampleanswers:

3until I come back.

4by 5 o’clock.

5by next Friday.

6until midnight.

119.4

2By the time I got to the station

3By the time the police arrived

4By the time the guards discovered what had happened

5By the time I (had) finished my work

UNIT 120

120.1

2on Sundays.

3at night.

4in the evening.

5on 21 July 1969.

6at the same time.

7in the 1920s.

8in about 20 minutes.

9at the moment.

10at Christmas.

11in the Middle Ages.

12in 11 seconds.

120.2

 

 

 

 

 

2

a

on

4

a

on

6 a

in

 

b

at

 

b -

b

on

3

a

in

5

a

in

c

-

 

b

on

 

b

at

 

 

120.3

in on in on in in at on

9at

10On Saturday night... at 11

o’clock

11at

12at 5 o’clock in the morning

13on 7 January ... in April

14in

15on Tuesday morning ... in the afternoon

16in

17at

18on

19 in

UNIT 121

UNIT 123

1 2 1 .1

 

 

2

on time

6

on time

3

in time

7

in time

4

on time

8

in time

5

in time

9

on time

121.2

2I/we got home just in time.

3I stopped him just in time.

4I/we got to the cinema just in time for the beginning of the film.

121 3

123.1

2 On the second floor.

3 On the corner, or At the corner.

In the corner.

In the back of the car. in a mirror.

At the front.

In the back row.

aOn the left,

bOn the right. 10 On a farm.

2at the end of the month

3at the end of the course

4at the end of the race

5at the end of the interview

121.4

2In the end she resigned.

3In the end I gave up.

4In the end we decided not to go. or ...we didn’t go.

121.5

 

 

 

 

2

In

5

in

8

at

3

at ... at

6

at

9

in

4

in

7

in

 

 

UNIT 122

122.1

2 At the traffic lights.

3 On his arm. or On the man’s arm.

4a On the door, b In the door.

5In Paris.

6On the wall.

7a At the top of the stairs.

b At the bottom (of the stairs).

8a At the gate, b On the gate.

9At the end of the queue.

10On the beach.

122.2

123.2

2 on the right

3 in the world

4 on my way to work

5 on the west coast

6 in the front row

7 at the back of the class

8 on the back of the envelope

123.3

1 in

2on orat

3in

4on ... on

5at

6in the paper .... on the back p

7in

8in

9in

10on

11on

UNIT 124

124.1

2on a train

3at a conference

4in hospital

5at the hairdresser / at the hairdresser’s

6on her bicycle

7in New York

8at the National Theatre

2

on my guitar

 

124.2

3

at the next garage

2

in bed

4

in your coffee

 

3

What’s on at the cinema

5

on that tree

 

4

in prison

6

in the mountains

5

at school

7

on the island

 

6

at the Sports Centre

8

at the window

 

7

in hospital

122.3

 

8

at the airport

 

9

on the plane

2

on the wall in the kitchen

10

at sea

3

at

8 in ... in

 

 

4

on

 

 

5

At

9 on

 

 

6

on

10 in

 

 

7

at

11 on

 

 

336

124.3

1at

2at

3on

4in

5at

6at/in a very nice hotel ... in Amsterdam

7in

8at work ... at home in bed

9at

10in

11at

12in London ... at London University

UNIT 125

125.1

3at

4to

5to

6into

7get home ... going to bed

8at

9to France ... in Brazil

10to

11in Chicago ... moved tQ New York ... lives in New York

12to

13into

14to

15at

16to

17Welcome to...

125.2

Exampleanswers:

2I’ve been to Sweden once.

3I’ve never been to the United States.

4I’ve been to Paris a few times.

125.3

 

 

 

2 in

4

at

6—

3 —

5

to

 

125.4

2I got on the bus.

3I got out of the car.

4I got off the train.

5

I got into the taxi, or I got in

 

the taxi

6

I got off the plane.

UNIT 126

126.1

2on the phone

3on strike

4on a tour

5on holiday

6on television

7on purpose

8on a diet

9on business

10on the whole

126.2

1in cold weather

2in pencil

3in love

4in block letters

5in the shade

6in my opinion

7in cash

126.3

2on

3on

4at

5in

6on

7for

8on

9at

10on

11In my opinion ... on television

12on

13on

14at

15on

16at

17on

18in

UNIT 127

127.1

 

 

2

by mistake

5

by satellite

3

by hand

6

by chance

4

by cheque

 

 

127.2

2on

3by

4on

5bv car ... on mv bike

6in

7on

8by

127.3

Exampleanswers:

3Ulysses is a novel by James Joyce.

4Yesterdayis a song by Paul

McCartney.

5 Guernicais a painting by Pablo Picasso.

127.4

 

1

by

 

2

with

.

3by

4by

5with

6bv car ... in your car

K E Y TO EX ER C IS ES

7on

8by

9by the bed with a lamp and a clock on it

10by

127.5

2by ten pence.

3by two votes.

4Kate by five minutes. / her by five minutes.

UNIT 128

-•28.1

2to the problem

3with her brother

4in prices

5to your question

6for a new road

7in the number of people without jobs

8for shoes like these any more

9between your job and mine

128.2

2invitation to

3contact with

4key to

5cause of

6reply to

7connection between

8pictures of

9reason for

10damage to

128.3

 

 

2

for

9

to or towards

3

of

10

with

4

to

11

in

5

in

12

for

6

for

13

to

7

of

14

of

8

in or to

15

for a rise m pay

 

 

16

to

 

 

17

with

UNIT 129

129.1

2That was nice of her.

3That was generous of him.

4That wasn’t very nice of them.

5That’s very kind of you.

6That wasn’t very polite of him.

7That’s a bit childish of them.

129.2

2kind to

3sorry for

4annoyed with

5annoyed about

6impressed with / impressed by

7bored with (or bored by)

8astonished at / astonished by

33 7

K E Y TO E X ER C IS ES

129.3

2of

3to ... to

4of

5of

6with

7to

8with

9at/by

10with

11about

12about

13sorrv about or sorry for ... angry with

14furious with us for making

15about

16about

17at/by

18with/by

19about

20about

21 for

UNIT 130

130.1

2 ot furniture

3 on sport

4 of time

5 at tennis

6 to a Russian (man)

7 of Robert

8 from yours / to yours

130.2

 

 

 

 

2

similar to

 

 

 

 

3

afraid of

 

 

 

 

4

interested in

 

 

 

5

responsible for

 

 

 

6

proud of

 

 

 

 

7 different from / different to

 

130.3

 

 

 

 

2

for

8

on

14

of

3

of

9

of

15

of

4

of

10

with

16

of

5

in

11

of

17

to

6

to

12

of

18

on

7

of ... of

13

in

 

 

130.4

Exampleanswers:

2I’m hopeless at telling jokes.

3I’m not very good at mathematics.

4I’m quite good at remembering names.

UNIT 131

131.1

3 glanced at

4 invited to

5 listen to

6 throw stones at

7 throw it to

8 speaking to

9 wrote to

10 point them at

1 31.2

 

 

 

 

2

at

5

to

8

to

3

at

6

to

9

at

4

to

7

at

10

at

131.3

3Can you explain this question to me?

4Can you explain the system to me?

5Can you explain to me how this machine works?

6Can you explain to me what your problem is?

131.4

 

 

 

 

3

to

6

to

9

to

4

-

7

-

10

-

5

to

8

to

 

 

UNIT 132

132.1

 

 

2

for

9

-

3

for

10

for

4

to

11

for

5

for

12

about

6

about

13

for

7

-

14

for

8

about

 

 

132.2

2waiting for

3talk about

4asked the waiter for the bill

5applied for

6do something about it

7looks after or has looked after

8left Boston for Paris

132.3

 

 

2

for

6

of

3

about

7

about

4

of

8

-

5

for

 

 

132.4

2looking for

3looked after

4looking for

5look for

6looks after

U N IT 1 3 3

133.1

2about

3complained to us about the noise

4of

5of

6about... about... about... about

7of

8about

9of orabout

133.2

2complaining about

3think about

4warn you about

5heard of

6dream of

7reminded me about

8remind you of

133.3

 

2

hear about

5 hear from

3

heard from

6 hear about

4

heard of

7 heard of

133.4

2think about

3thinks about / thinks of

4think of

5think of

6thinking of / thinking about

7think of

8thinking about / thinking of

9thought about

10 think much of

UNIT 134

13* 1

2for the misunderstanding (which was my fault).

3on winning the tournament.

4from his enemies. / against his enemies.

5of 11 players.

6on bread and eggs.

8for everything.

9for the economic crisis?

10violent crime on television 11 is to blame for the economic

crisis?

12television is to blame for the increase in violent crime.

134 2

2paid for

3accused of

4depends on

5live on

6congratulated him on

7apologise to

338

134.3

2from

3on

4of

5for

6for

7-

8on

9on

10o n o r-

11from oragainst

12of

UNIT 135

135.1

2small towns to big cities.

3with all the information I needed.

4£60 on a pair of shoes.

13 5.2

2happened to

3drove into

4divided into

5believe in

6fill it with

7Concentrate on

8succeeded in

135.3

2 to

3 on

4 in

5 to

6 in

7 with

8 into

9 in

10on

11into

12to

13into

14on

15from one language into another

16happened to ... spend it on

17into

18with

135.4

Exampleanswers:

2on books.

3into a wall.

4to volleyball.

5into many languages.

K E Y TO EX ER C IS ES

UNIT 136

136.1

2turn up

3moving in

4closed down

5dropped out

6show off

7dozed off

8clears up

136.2

2back at

3out of

4on with

5up at

6forward to

7away with

136.3

2cross it out

3made it up

4give them back

5see her off

6gave them away

7show you round

8turned it down

136.4

 

 

3

them up

 

or

4

the television off

 

off the television

 

5

him down

 

 

6

a jacket on

or

on a jacket

7

your cigarette out

or

 

out your cigarette

 

8

it out

or

 

9

a word up

up a word

10

it up

 

 

339

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